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The Shaanxi History Museum is situated on Yan Ta Road of Xi'an City. It covers an area of 65,000 square meters. The main buildings imitated the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty (618AD-907AD). The museum is famous for its large varieties of collections over than 370,000 pieces of different ages.
The Basic Exhibition Hall has three exhibition halls. Each of them displays the historical relics by time order from 1.7 million ago to the Qing Dynasty (1644AD-1911AD). These exhibits reflect the evolution of the history of Shanxi Province as well as the epitome of ancient history of China because Xi’an served as the capital for many dynasties such as such as Zhou, Qin, Western Han, Sui and Tang in Chinese history. The Subject Exhibition Hall usually features a variety of theme exhibitions. The exhibitions in this hall are often special to show the history or the culture relics of Shaanxi Province, such as the Shanxi bronze ware, the Shaanxi pottery figure, bronze mirrors, coins and currency, calligraphy, rubbings, scrolls, woven articles, bone articles, lacquer ware, iron and stone objects, seals, Buddhist cultural relics, fresco of tombs as well as some contemporary cultural relics and ethnic objects. The Museum also has one Temporary Exhibition Hall for special exhibitions or contemporary exhibitions.

Shanxi history museum Tang Triple color Horse
Shanxi Museum
Tang Triple color Horse
Gold Bowel
Pocelain
Gold Bowel
Pocelain

Other attractions in Xi'an.
The Terra cotta Warriors and Horses The Big Wild Goose Pagoda
Xi'an Old City Wall The Bell Tower
Huaqing Hot Spring Banpo Village Museum
Shanxi History Museum Forest of Steles
The Great Mosque Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum


 

  


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